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Mega Rant - SP's not answering texts and very poor follow up

DouMan

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I also wish they introduce actual rating by registered clients perhaps with a symbolic fee to weed out the chills so that we can share our experiences and be able to select and filter according to the rating.

Isn't this what you find here ... merb?
 
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westwoody

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I'm not say humpchies/annonceintimes were the best sites but I'm not a fan of leolist
LL has merged (bought out) with humpchies.

In western Canada LL is mostly scams where someone takes your money but no escort exists. Scammers won’t waste time answering texts, especially if they are running dozens of ads all over the country.
 
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Fullerton

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Even worst are those who confirm but once you arrive in the vicinity, they don't answer texts or even calls. You wait like an idiot for 10, 15, 20 and sometimes 30 minutes. Then after you leave, they text you to ask where you are and that they're waiting for you. This is despicable and disrespectful. Making us drive all the way then get ghosted, how is that not time wasting for us the clients? Not counting the fact that you probably cost us an opportunity with another provider.
I am extremely busy and sometimes I have to drive several hours to make it to town. I have to schedule my entire day in advance.

Getting canceled last minute is very unprofessional.

Why is Katrina Vianna the #1 voted SP?

Because she is very organized. She does not overbook.

The ones that overbook start losing passion for their job and quality diminishes. They also burn out faster.

I have an appreciation for ladies that keep their word, do not overbook, prioritize regulars and know how to keep regulars.


Take notes ladies.
 
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wholegrain

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I was in the same situation and then I restarted my phone and was able to send texts again. The texts were displayed as being sent, but they never reached the destination. I restarted my phone and it magically worked again. I didn't restart my phone for 15 months, because I thought you didn't need to restart it.
 

Halloween Mike

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Well i think Anna Bijou's post truly highlight how important it is to have a booker/helper. Thats the issue when you do it all yourself. I mean, if you only see 2-3 clients a week (aka being very part time) it may not be too much of an issue but if you work 3-4 days a week for several hours, booking can be become complicated.

I know how much some "clients" are time wasters. I had enough conversations with SPs who told me. Personally i prefer to book in agencies for the reason that everything is prompt and easy and replies usually enter fast. It does not eliminate the risk of the SP deciding to ghost her agency that day or cancel, but usually i get notify fast by the agency. But when i do go for indies, i really try to be as brief as possible. I usually contact only once for infos, and only if im truly interested in that person. But i like to know what service she offer to see if she suit my needs, usually once i get the answers, i reply thank you and i say ill contact back when i can book. Mostly because for me booking is a long process as im not in Montreal and has to make the trip etc, and im talking even pre-covid, now its simply so complicated i wouldn't even try to pre-book, but still pre-covid i had to book hotel, reserve rides, plan a trip to Montreal etc. Anyway. Point is i try to really waste less time as possible.

But there is one thing you guys need to understand, i know lots of you book on the spot but the providers often enjoy pre-booking. 1 to 2-3 days in advance. So if you text, giving them a few hours to reply should not be an issue.

Im not an SP but i absolutely despise the guys who text "hey avail?" and expect the SP to be "delivered like a pizza, 30 mins or its free" style... lol. Thats not how it works.
 

Anna Bijou

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This made me think of you guys and this thread..
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The comments are worth it.. Here

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Anna Bijou

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Well i think Anna Bijou's post truly highlight how important it is to have a booker/helper. Thats the issue when you do it all yourself. I mean, if you only see 2-3 clients a week (aka being very part time) it may not be too much of an issue but if you work 3-4 days a week for several hours, booking can be become complicated.

I know how much some "clients" are time wasters. I had enough conversations with SPs who told me. Personally i prefer to book in agencies for the reason that everything is prompt and easy and replies usually enter fast. It does not eliminate the risk of the SP deciding to ghost her agency that day or cancel, but usually i get notify fast by the agency. But when i do go for indies, i really try to be as brief as possible. I usually contact only once for infos, and only if im truly interested in that person. But i like to know what service she offer to see if she suit my needs, usually once i get the answers, i reply thank you and i say ill contact back when i can book. Mostly because for me booking is a long process as im not in Montreal and has to make the trip etc, and im talking even pre-covid, now its simply so complicated i wouldn't even try to pre-book, but still pre-covid i had to book hotel, reserve rides, plan a trip to Montreal etc. Anyway. Point is i try to really waste less time as possible.

But there is one thing you guys need to understand, i know lots of you book on the spot but the providers often enjoy pre-booking. 1 to 2-3 days in advance. So if you text, giving them a few hours to reply should not be an issue.

Im not an SP but i absolutely despise the guys who text "hey avail?" and expect the SP to be "delivered like a pizza, 30 mins or its free" style... lol. Thats not how it works.


2-3 clients a day is not very part time lol Well, not in my galaxy. In my galaxy, that's pretty full time.. It's definitely full time + if you're answering your own email, phone and taking care of your ads, incall, etc. Everyone is different and I would assume that for some Sp's it might be, perhaps especially agency girls. I don't know.

But yes, if you're seeing 3 clients and all your bookings are same day, a booker would probably help. But you'd have to pay the booker and to pay the booker you'd have to book that extra appointment. So how are you winning? Lol


The booking process is how I #1 decide if I think we're going to be a good fit or I feel it best not to go further #2 it gives me an idea of who I am meeting #3 I can decide how I want to address some of the questions and info requested. It's really not something anyone can do for me.

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As far as pre-booking, of course it's great to know a few days in advance but I actually enjoy same day quite a lot because if I'm putting out an ad, it's because I already know I'm feeling good, have the energy. It's weird, I used to hate same day but now I don't think I have a single regular who books ahead of time.

What I find really hard is the pressure of being given barely an hour, or even 30min notice. That's just almost for sure not going to happen. It gets frustrating though, if you get this several times per day. Thinking, really? Like you're not even able to give me 2hrs of notice? Nope. Lol
 
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Halloween Mike

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2-3 clients a day is not very part time lol
No i meant providers who see 3 clients a WEEK, i did say 2-3 a week. There was a few i remember a couple years ago who did this. It was really just a sideline to round the end of the month. They had another job full time.

And yeah a booker has to be paid, but it can be worth it if you are (but obviously you are not as you just said) someone that can see multiple clients a day a few different days. I know a few providers have "assistants/bookers" but again its a case by case depending on provider and what they suit them best. Actually this is true for every aspect of the job lol.
 
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Anna Bijou

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No i meant providers who see 3 clients a WEEK, i did say 2-3 a week. There was a few i remember a couple years ago who did this. It was really just a sideline to round the end of the month. They had another job full time.

And yeah a booker has to bepaid, but it can be worth it if you are (but obviously you are not as you just said) someone that can see multiple clients a day a few different days. I know a few providers have "assistants/bookers" but again its a case by case depending on provider and what they suit them best. Actually this is true for every aspect of the job lol.
Oof absolutely misread. That's what I get for squinting at my phone instead of using my laptop for these things! Sorry about that.

Makes more sense. I was like, 2-3/day omg I can't even imagine :eek: lol Apologies.


As you say, it's probably case by case. I can see why someone who's in school or working on other projects would find it helpful. For sure.
 
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Julia Sky

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I've been VERY guilty of this since the pandemic started - went on a ~4 months hiatus in the beginning, and ever since I came back to work, I have no will to do admin work, so I miss out on so many potential appointments. I prefer seeing less people now than I used to, I see mostly regulars and I get longer bookings so it evens out, but I still should probably find a way for me to "get back in track" with admin work because I'll admit I'm really not as consistent with it as I used to.
 

Fullerton

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A big thanks to all the unreliable, entitled, conceited instatwitterlizards that have finally pushed me to quit the hobby.

Many like me had this hobby because we didn't have the time for the exhausting dating game.

Now it seems like the hobby has become more exhausting.

What happened to keeping your word?

Prioritizing regulars?


Now when we book we get rescheduled, cancelled, and when you finally meet you leave unhappy and unimpressed.

To the gentlemen that post reviews warning us of this unprofessional behaviour, thank you.

To the rare ladies that respect their regulars and treat them like kings, thank you.
 

NataliaLatina

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I have a general rule when it comes to patronizing businesses that I also apply to seeing SPs: if I'm trying to give you money and you're too cool to get back to me in a somewhat prompt manner, I just move on to the competition. There are too many competitors to be hung up on one company or person.

What you tell me when it takes you 17 days to return a text is my money isn't important to you. That's fine. I'll find someone who wants my business.
As a SW, I’m booking my own calls and providing service.. so generally most clients book for and hour, I get back to them in about an hour max.. some people expect us to respond in the exact moment which isn’t always possible. Some of us are trying hard to provide quality service. Also if it’s been more than 3 hours I’m hesitant to respond to a client because you don’t know if he’s married and you aren’t trying to screw up his life either.. we need to take into account these things.
 
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